“Remember when the music
came from wooden boxes
strung with silver wire…”
- Harry Chapin
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I love sharing the songs that have resonated with me over the years, and also the ones that have come from my own heart and pen. I hope they resonate with you as well.
I’m truly honored to join the roster of musicians that play for travelers flying into and out of PDX Airport in Portland, Oregon. I play on Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 8:00 to 10:30 pm in the C Concourse, just past the security gate, and also on Saturday mornings from 7:00 to 9:00 am in the D Concourse, just past security. Sometimes on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, my close friend and incredible violinist, Scott Stevens, will be joining me. If you’re flying into or out of PDX then, please drop by. I’d love to greet you! And feel free to request a song or two…
I also play every Sunday morning (unless I’m traveling) at 9 and 11 am at Kessid Church in Vancouver, Washington. “Kessid” is a Hebrew word, meaning “God’s steadfast love.” We currently meet at Clark College in the Gaiser Student Center while our new church home on Main and 27th Street is being renovated. We’re hoping to move in soon after Easter, 2019. I love my Kessid Church family!
new EP, lean in, now available
My latest recording project, “Lean In,” is now available on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, etc., with streaming on YouTube, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Pandora and more. CDs are available at the airport. The project includes three cover songs: Remember When The Music from Harry Chapin, Landslide from Stevie Nicks and If You Could Read My Mind from Gordon Lightfoot, plus two originals. Excited to share these songs with you. Here’s the iTunes link:
In the summer of 2017, I was honored to record a project at Mad Dog Ranch Studios in Aspen, Colorado, which formerly belonged to Glenn Frey of The Eagles. I recorded the Reprise version of "Desperado" which was the final cut of The Eagles' 1973 Desperado album. (Feel free to check out the recording and the video here on this site.) And I was doubly honored to write an article about the whole experience for GTR Magazine. Here's a link to the article:
Grace and peace,